Capstone / Master’s Thesis

2015 Master’s Thesis / Capstone

In this section, you will find my many hours of labor researching in the library and in the classroom. This was a joint effort. I could not have completed without my amazing Capstone Partner, Craig Richardson.

The paper was completed on May 1, 2015.

The highlights from the Capstone was presented to the colleagues at my school in a 45 minutes presentation. Thank you so much to all those who attended and contributed to my presentation.

To see the full version of this Capstone, it is available at the Concordia University Library.

Capstone Introduction

Chapter 1: The Problem

Chapter 2: Literature Review

Chapter 3: Methods

Chapter 4: Findings

Capstone References

Capstone Appendix

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